A city on the cusp of a creative renaissance, 541 Eatery paints a portrait of the Hamilton character. A community that celebrates the underdog, repairs the broken and believes that there’s room for everyone at the table.
A bushy tail emerges from a dimly lit corner. The fluffy Shepherd initiates a warm welcome before settling at his owner’s… Read more Architect Hair Design: A New Neighbourhood Buzz
Off the Beaten Path Located on King Street East, Vintage Soul Geek’s beaming bright windows and high ceilings invoke an… Read more Vintage Soul Geek
The Last Supper…Club After managing Toronto’s Dark Horse Espresso for three years, Hamilton native David “Rocky” Ricottone felt the “steel… Read more Saint James Espresso Bar & Eatery
Located on the corner of King Street East and Walnut, white bunting flags form an aerial corridor between the exterior… Read more STUDIO 205: Handmade Gifts, Coffee, Tea & Sweets
An Underdog Story Hamilton natives and Collective Arts Brewing co-founders, Bob Russell and Matt Johnston, have always cheered for the… Read more Collective Arts Brewing: Beyond The Bottle
This is a picture of Mom and I en route to Alanis Morrisette’s acoustic concert at Casino Rama. Later we’d be… Read more Dear Mom, Sorry For Being A Bitch
Full disclosure, I’m what you’d call an ‘uncomfortable’ dancer. Picture Michael Cera mutating into Elaine Benes with chainsaw arms and that pretty much… Read more GROOVE & bodyART: The New Party Workout
After binge watching Judd Apatow’s twisted Netflix series, Love, I needed something more wholesome. Little did I know, Fuller House, would take… Read more Netflix’s ‘Fuller House’ Just Ruined My Childhood
But beneath their organized purses, symmetrical eyebrows and iron pressed skirts — lies a real human, with a trespassing chin hair and a fart begging to escape an enslaving pair of Spanx.